The National Happiness Summit explores the connection between happy people, healthy cities and a sustainable world. This program includes talks by John de Graaf, Executive Director of Take Back Your Time and co-author of Affluenza and What's the Economy for, Anyway?, Ryan Howell, creator of the Happiness Initiative national survey, Robert Costanza, prominent ecological economist, Eric Weiner, former NPR reporter and author of the best-seller, The Geography of Bliss, a story of his search for the world’s happiest countries. Tom Barefoot, founder of GNHUSA was active in bringing the Genuine Progress Indicator to the attention of the Vermont legislature and,
Connie Moffit, worked in nonprofit management in the US and Canada for 20 years, including People for Puget Sound and Seeds of Compassion in Seattle.
This longer version contains the complete talk by Eric Weiner and talks by Tom Barefoot and Connie Moffit that were not included in the broadcast version.
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